Vettel takes pole ahead of Hamilton for 2019 Canadian Grand Prix

<i> Kirill KUDRYAVTSEV / AFP </i>
<i> Kirill KUDRYAVTSEV / AFP </i>

Sebastian Vettel claimed his first pole in almost a year on Saturday as he qualified ahead of world championship leader Lewis Hamilton at the Canadian Grand Prix.

Vettel's Ferrari team mate Charles Leclerc will start Sunday's race third on the grid, with Daniel Ricciardo of Renault filling out the second row.

It is Vettel's first pole in 17 races at the 2018 German GP. 

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